Final go ahead given Brazil port concessions

Flying the flag: the country is moving ahead with concessions at last

The concession plan originally put forward by Brazil''s Ports Secretariat (SEP) some 18 months ago has finally been approved by the Federal Audit Court (TCU). This covers new terminals to be built in the Port of Santos, as well as in the north-eastern state of Pará, involving combined investment of ...

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